Nature will bear the closest inspection. She invites us to lay our eye level with her smallest leaf, and take an insect view of its plain. ~Henry David Thoreau
This is my re-interpretation of Henry David Thoreau’s wonderful quote and this theme occurs regularly in my garden, especially when I take my morning walks to see what is happening.
Sometimes I get beautiful flowers to greet me during my morning walks.
A new leaf unfurls into the world, reaching for the sky with its beautifully colored foliage.
Other times I get some amazing fruit that I can harvest and even share with friends when there’s abundance, right now I have hundreds of avocados on my tree and having been sharing with all my friends here.
All of this I see everyday in my garden, when I take the time to visit and closely see these treasures unveil themselves to me.
To see other interpretations of this beautiful quote from other garden lovers, please visit here and enjoy everyone’s posts. http://aplantfanatic.blogspot.com/2010/05/words-to-inspire-by-henry-david-thoreau.html
Come and visit other fertilizer fridays at http://www.tootsietime.com/
For other macro views visit http://flowers-macrophotography.blogspot.com/